Mason-Dixon Marker (1768)

Southern end of north-south line of the Mason-Dixon boundary, installed to settle  boundary disputes between Penn/Calvert families, whose coats of arms it bears.
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Southern end of north-south line of the Mason-Dixon boundary, installed to settle  boundary disputes between Penn/Calvert families, whose coats of arms it bears.

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Rt 54
Salisbury MD 21801
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Rated 5 by BeachedPaws

April 06, 2020

BeachedPaws

Cool history spot.

There is farm land around it and it's small pull off area that you will have to look for or you can easily pass it.

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Rated 4 by CarrieACme

August 24, 2019

CarrieACme

It really is at the 90° point...

Definitely worth the trip. My son is a history buff, so he picked this sight. We live about an hour away, and this was a nice afternoon trip. The markers are weather worn, but still neat to see...

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Rated 5 by George M

August 07, 2019

George M

History is Important

The Marker, marking the midpoint between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, is significant not only to the states involved (Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware) but to the delineation of...

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